Losing control over Crimea and part of Luhansk and Donetsk Regions, the Ukrainian Government has found its weakness and inefficiency in national security policy. Based on analysis of Government security measures during 2014–2015, budgeting strategy and current legislation regulating the security sector, this Policy Paper proposes an alternative strategy of public policy in the security sector. The authors claim that the prime aim of the modern reform is to institutionalize a united system of strategical analysis, forecasting, and planning in national security policy.
The authors of the study offer an alternative vision of public policy strategy in the security sector. In particular, the introduction of a unified system of strategic analysis, forecasting, and planning.
Authors of the study:
- Roman Nitsovych, Program Manager, DiXi Group Analytical Center;
- Andriy Datsyuk, Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Department of Global Studies, European Integration and National Security Management of NAPA;
- Rena Marutyan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Department of Global Studies, European Integration and National Security Management of NAPA;
- Valery Sadovsky, Reserve Major General, Member of the Public Council of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.
The preparation of the analytical materials is a part of a project implemented by the NGO Agency of Legislative Initiatives with the support of USAID RADA Program: Responsible Accountable Democratic Assembly, implemented by East Europe Foundation.